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Electrical Duty Holder''''''''s Responsibilities

Electrical Duty Holder’s Responsibilities

Who should participate:

It is the responsibility of every employer to ensure that appropriate procedures are in place for serious and imminent danger in the workplace with respect to electricity, a competent person shall be nominated to implement the electrical procedures, that person is the ‘Electrical Duty Holder’

The programme will cover:

  • Outline of Health & Safety Legislation
  • HASAWA – outline
  • Electricity at Work Regulations

PUWER

  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation
  • Explanation of the Relevance of BS 7671:2008 [ACOP]

Responsibilities of Duty Holders

  • Safe Working Systems
  • Training and Supervision of Staff
  • Producing Maintenance, Inspection and Testing Programmes
  • Ensuring Electrical Equipment is Fit for Purpose
  • Ensuring Adequate Working Space Access and Lighting Levels
  • Provision of Information Necessary to Avoid Dangers
  • Supervision of Contractors and Sub-Contractors

PUWER

  • Regulation 8 – Information and Instructions

MHSWR

  • Regulation 14 – Employee’s Duties

Electricity at Work Regulations

  • Regulation 3 – Employer and Employee Duties
  • Regulation 4 – System Construction Maintenance, Work Activity and Protective Equipment
  • Regulation 5 – Strength and Capability
  • Regulation 6 – Adverse / Hazardous Environment
  • Regulations 7 and 8 – Shock Protection
  • Regulation 10 – Connections
  • Regulation 11 – Overcurrent Protection
  • Regulation 12 – Isolation
  • Regulation 13 – Work on Equipment Made Dead
  • Regulation 14 – Work on Live Equipment
  • Regulation 15 – Workspace Access and Lighting
  • Regulation 16 – Competence

BS 7671:2008 Significance:

  • Fixed Wiring
  • Additions and Alterations
  • Initial Verification
  • Periodic Inspection and Testing

Contractors

  • Duty Holder’s Responsibilities to Contractors
  • Contractors – Safe Working Practice

Duration:

1 day

Please contact Viv Kendrick on 02476 630333 for course charges.

Price : 0.00     |     Members Price : 0.00 ( Become a member )     

Course dates

16 February 2012 to 16 February 2012

16 February 2012 to 16 February 2012

16 February 2012 to 16 February 2012

August - 2014

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